From Eight Marriages She Have10 grandchildren! Meet Elizabeth Taylor’s Gorgeous Grandkids

People have called her the most beautiful woman in the world – and now look at her grandchildren! Few have seen Taylor’s 10 grandchildren! Find out who inherited her beauty!

Elizabeth Taylor is the definition of an “icon.” The Academy Award-winning actress blazed trails as the first to command a $1 million salary for her role in 1963’s Cleopatra. A titan of business and a superstar, every step she took made headlines until her passing at 79 in 2011. Beyond her legendary status, Elizabeth was also cherished as “grandmother.” Throughout her life, the Cat on a Hot Tin Roof actress exchanged vows eight times with seven different men and welcomed four children into her life.

Elizabeth Taylor and her second husband, Michael Wilding, joyously welcomed their sons Michael Jr. and Christopher in 1953 and 1955, respectively. With her third husband, Mike Todd, they welcomed daughter Liza Todd in 1957. In 1961, Elizabeth and Richard Burton celebrated the arrival of their daughter, Maria Burton.

As Liz Taylor’s children matured and established their own families, Liz was blessed with a total of ten delightful grandchildren (along with four great-grandchildren). For those curious about the select few who had the privilege of calling the timeless Elizabeth Taylor “grandmother,” here’s the inside scoop.

Though Elizabeth passed away in 2011 at the age of 79, her legacy lives on through her family. Specifically, her grandchildren – Quinn Tivey, Tarquin Wilding, Naomi de Luce Wilding, Caleb Wilding, Laela Wilding, Andrew Wilding, Lowell Wilding, Rhys Tivey, Elizabeth Carson, and Richard McKeown

Laela fondly recalls the lavish gifts bestowed upon her, from elegant evening gowns to cherished necklaces brimming with sentimental value. Meanwhile, Elizabeth cherishes the memories of her grandmother’s loving dedication to styling her hair and meticulously applying her makeup for prom.

Andrew has embraced his grandmother’s filmmaking legacy, mastering the art of filming and production. In contrast, Caleb and Andrew prefer to keep their lives private. Tarquin, Laela, and Naomi’s brother, expresses gratitude for his place within the family.

Lowell upholds the esteemed legacy of his legendary grandmother through meticulous preservation within the archives. Meanwhile, Rhys treasures his grandmother’s profound understanding of the human soul. A singer and trumpeter, he regards music as his true calling.

As the youngest grandchild, Richard has triumphed over the adversities of his childhood, now embracing a life filled with fulfillment and purpose.

Many of them have taken on ambassador roles for the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation. They carry on their grandmother’s activism in the fight against AIDS.


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